A Course in Miracles Experiment (by Pam Grout) Day 49

Your Divine Source is there for you anytime.  It’s like a 24/7 Stop-n-Shop where you can find exactly what you need, whenever you need it.

But to access that dizzying array of fulfillment, you have to acknowledge it’s there.

You have to get out of your “discomfort zone” and go inside.

You hear that other voice in your head, though.  That’s the voice that’s constantly telling you “Keep your head down.  Don’t smile at that stranger.  Don’t compliment that person because you don’t know them well. Don’t do this.  Don’t do that.  Don’t do anything that might be the slightest bit risky.  What if you’re disappointed?”.  It drones on and on and on.

 That voice will suck all the joy out of your life if you let it.

That voice will keep you “safe”, at the risk of never actually having done anything.

That voice will help you cower in a corner for the rest of your life, fearful of “who knows what” happening.

But if you take a moment to consciously notice that voice, and consciously let it go, the negative buzz in your head will start to die down.

Do this today.  Four times today, for just one minute each time, notice that voice and its negative tone, and just let it go.

Let the Divine in you attract some quiet, positive thoughts to fill that space.  

Give it a shot.  You have nothing to lose, except all that built-up negativity.  And when that negativity floats away on the breeze like dead leaves in Fall, who knows what miracle might take its place!

Cherry blossom photo by Hans, courtesy of Pixabay

With Grace and Gratitude, 

LeslieAnne

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